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played a late-night visit to ashton. >>> donald trump has been feuding with rosie o'donnell for a while now. so he jumped in to kick her when she was down over her talk show being cancelled next week. he tweeted i'm so glad rosie got fired by oprah. rosie is a bully and it's always nice to see bullies go down. >>> finally, the return of madmen after an 1-month hiatus in of all places, wall street. the new york stock exchange with the opening bell. >>> and it's now comed to us from the white house where it is normally a very bad idea to try and get passed the fence without permission. unless, of course, you are a mother duck. the ducklings are outside 1600 pennsylvania avenue when mom decided to get a little closer to the executive branch. her babies didn't know what to do until the secret service came to the rescue trying a ramp and just lifting the ducklings on to the north lawn. they didn't get to see the president who was out for the day. darn. >> they tazed a partially of ducklings. >> what is it with the show today? roosters, ducks, 26 pigs. >> the pigs will be in arby. >> i'm vero
that. and a show that struggled to find success, it's one and done for rosie o'donnell's talk show on oprah's network. so why did oprah suddenly cancel rosie after just five short months? we're going to have the details on that. >> all right. but we're going to begin this half hour with the dui manslaughter trial of a polo tycoon in florida. the defense could begin presenting its case as early as today after a week of emotional testimony on the prosecution side. >> reporter: mangled metal. it's all that remains of the collision that killed 23-year-old scott wilson. his distraught mother walked silently around her son's crushed car, just after jury members took a look. moments later, john goodman, the polo club millionaire charged with dui manslaughter peeked into the window of his destroyed bentley. on thursday, prosecutors used a 3-d recreation to show what happened that night in february 2010. they say a drunk goodman sped through a stop sign, slimming his almost three-ton bentley into the side of wilson's car, flipping it upside down into a canal. >> scott wilson didn't die from
's been feuding with rosie o'donnell for a while now. he jumped into kick her down while she was down over her talk show on oprah's network being canceled last week. trump tweeted, quote, i'm so glad rosie got fired by oprah. rosie is a bully and it's always nice to see bullies go down. he's not nice. >>> finally, the nonstop hype over the return of "madmen" after an 18 month hiatus reached a fever pitch when the cast stopped by wall street to ring the opening bell. >>> and this now comes to us from the white house where it is normally a very bad idea to try and get past that fence without permission. unless, of course, you're a mother duck. she and her ducklings were on a stroll outside 1600 pennsylvania avenue when mom decided to get a little closer to the executive branch. her babies didn't know what to do until the secret service came to the rescue trying a ramp and then just lifting the ducklings onto the north lawn one by one. he caught it. unfortunately, they didn't get to see the president though because he was out for the day. >> this is "early today" just your first stop on your
? >> listen, were you surprised to hear that rosie o'donnell's talk show is canceled on the oprah network? >> no. i think it was, you know, they tried to go back to the old rosie show, back to the rosie funny, warm, softer days of rosie o'donnell but since then so much has happened, you know, especially with "the view" and she has become politically divisive and she's a tough character. so i think what they tried to do going back to that didn't really sell because we know a different rosie. then again you get the time slot at 7:00 p.m. people don't tend to tune into a show like that at that time. the ratings suffered. only five months that it was on the air. i think rosie respects oprah and oprah said, look, i got to get this network going and this right here is not happening. they sank about $10 million into the marketing and launching of that show along with another one so disappointing for everybody involved but not really a surprise to me that it didn't work. wouldn't you know it, donald trump has already fired out a tweet saying she's a failure once again. i don't think their feud is
, everybody. i'm rosie o'donnell in for piers morgan. he's on assignment which is code for, i'm not coming into work this week. tonight, i'll talk to joel mchale from the community and the soup. i think you're exceptionally funny. i do. also, anjelica huston. she's been in everything from "prizzi's honor" and now she's a broadway producer on "smash." >> there's something about really good material. you know you've got something really good. >>> plus, only in america. what is better than miniature golf in vegas? a rock star. this is it, rosie o'donnell on "tonight" starts right now. >>> good evening. i'm christiane amanpour in for piers morgan. joel mchale from community joins us. >> it's great to be here, piers. >> ouch. rosie o'donnell, star of the flinstone. nice to meet you. >> viva las vegas. >> do you remember? >> blu-ray. >> that's exactly right. >> i think you are exceptionally funny. >> oh, great. >> i do. that is from my heart, joel. >> that is really nice of you. i think you're exceptionally funny and i remember liz taylor hip replacement joke you told maybe 20 years ago -- >> ca
really happened. rosie o' don nel's show is cancelled. >>> "news nation gut check," should a parent have access to a child's facebook page after they're death. that's a real story. i want to talk to a mom who fought a two-year battle to get access to her son's facebook account. >>> we begin this half hour in france where officials are investigating where a series of shootings are terrorist related. the latest incident outside of a jewish school. four people were killed. a rabbi, his two young sons and another child. be white house released a statement saying our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the victims and we stand with a community in grief. we join the government of france in condemning this unprovoked and outrageous act of violence in the strongest possible terms. this is the third attack in eight days where a man on a motorcycle has said to have opened fire. let's get the latest on this incident at the school. tell me how this is linked to those other incidents here. >> good afternoon. they now believe that the same weapon with the same cal barbibs used i
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or the little dining room here. >> actually, this is the music room. this is called rosie's room in here. >> and who was rosie? >> well, this is rosie right here. this is not the original rosie, but rosie was a mighty wurlitzer player piano. and o'neill was very enamored with the rosies, with the player pianos 'cause he had spent a lot of time down in the bars, the brothels, flophouses, and these were pretty much the tivo and the wi of its day. this was the big piece of machinery. >> we forget that o'neill was right with the people all the time, wasn't he? >> well, that's one of the things about his writing, that's one of the things that makes him so instrumental in american playwriting is that he wasn't writing about the upper class and the nobility. he was writing about average people: sailors, prostitutes, people in bars. certainly not anything that any other playwright was really doing at that time in this country. he was heavily influenced by the european modernists-- ibsen, shaw, chekhov, strindberg-- and he took those sensibilities and he made them uniquely american. >> well, you
are fighting again for reproductive rights in america? >> unbelievable. >> bill: rosie o'donnell injecting herself in the sandra fluke controversy. you knew it would happen. >> how did this happen? >> bill: caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the decline of american power continues. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. a few months ago t points stated that the u.s.a. is declining in power mainly because of our weakened economic position which includes everything we do including military action. right now there are three very troubling challenges to american leadership. first, afghanistan. president karzai now demanding the u.s. and coalition forces pull back from the countryside and basically stay in designated bases. karzai is corrupt inseptember leader reminiscent of the south veems clowns who ruined their country inspite of 60,000 measures killed there trying to defend south vietnam. karzai has legit beefs. you have got to ex
which percentile you're in. we'll go to rosy gray. she's with buzz feed. rosy, tell us a little bit more about how this protest went. and is it a sign that occupy is back? >> well, occupy never really went away per se, but they definitely had a down period. a lot of people thought they were gone. they weren't really staging the kinds of impactful protest they were in the fall. saturday night was a sign of them being back and an injection of energy that comes from them just starting to be more aggressive. >> and as i looked at the nypd there, what justification do they have? what is their excuse for the broken bones. one woman got her was handcuffed. she started to have a seizure. her ribs were broken when they tackled her. what is nypd's excuse, the people exercising their first amendment had it coming? >> they don't really have an excuse. but they can get away with it, and mayor bloomberg defends it. so. >> i love that. they don't need an excuse. mayor bloomberg says it's okay and he's on his 28th term, so he must be right. now how about the movement as a whole. we got something coming
. >>> a rosy outlook for job seerks. >>> and a question looming over the famed augusta national golf club. will it be forced to welcome its first ever female member? >>> and later in "the pulse" ron burgundy's return. >>> and wam back, everybody. there's a rosy outlook for the job market this morning. more and more ceos say they feel good about the economy and plan to hire more folks. it comes from the business round table after the best three months of job growth in two years. the outlook the much better than at the end of last year. >>> many of the same ceos got paid better last year. still, ceos at major companies now average $9.6 million. poor guys. turf life. >>> well, ceos get plenty of perks, as if they need them. a perk for a chief executive whose company sponsors the national tournament is membership at augusta. the ceo is a woman. and augusta has never admitted a woman to the club. could this be the year? stay tuned. it's 2012. >> it is 2012, right? come on, guys. >>> facebook is getting ready for the initial public sale of its stock. they've asked far halt to the private tradin
will struggle to get out of the 40s. then mostly clear and don't forget, whatever you do, rosie, do not forget saturday night before you go to bed, it will suddenly be 3 a.m., spring forward. your seven-day forecast as we look at springing forward sunday mornings the weather springing into a more spring-like pattern. >> wow. that's pretty cool. >> think about that's really the full week of winter there and looking more like spring really. >> very, very nice. >> well, how many times have you thought, hey, back on your life and thought maybe i should write a back or something like that? well one woman not only said it but did it. as jamie costello tells us it's an unlikely family. she has heard no more than a two -- 2-year-old. she rose like a skyscraper by the age of four only to have cerebral palsy. >> it's like someone who was able to dance and someone who lost the ability. whatever we did we never had. so we don't know what we're losing or gaining. >> the first eyes she laid eyes on was her father. that meant attending college when others said no. >> don't expect to stay here. you don't even
high temperature and tomorrow night down to 54. all right. her's the outlook. rosie, that 69 is about the warmest day. a little cooler for sunday. i want to clarify that these showers over the weekend, a steady heavy nonstop rain. at times we could get sunshine breaking through it and a brief shower downpour. that's' what we're facing, cooler but not normal, 60. >> will it come in the afternoon. >> let the rain make the flowers grow. >> that would be perfect. >> despite weather if you are looking for something to do, especially with your family, you might want to consider ling down to recount recount -- anne arundel. >> some of the people who are coming out here already this weekend are thinking about what they clan plant that they clan eat. you think it may be time to put tomatoes. she's in charge of per rentals -- perenials. >> anything that's cold weather, things like your leafy greens, cauliflower, fruit trees, berries, onions, potatoes, rhubarb. >> not too early for that. what is it too early for. >> tomatoes, peppers, squash, cucumbers, all of those, too cold yet for. >> if you'
fired fellow talk show host rosie o'donnell. "the rosie show" premiered in october on the network but struggled in the ratings ever since. oprah handpicked rosie to take over her studios where "t ohe oprah winfrey show" was taped. the network spent money revamping the studios to make room for rosie. the show changed formats in its five months on the air and even got two new sets, but nothing seemed to hold viewers. the final episode will air on march 30. >>> what you may soon be able to do on a plane that you can't do now. >> hmm. >>> where people in the area want their sheriff gone. >>> the new starbucks opening >>> happy monday morning to you. the week is off to a cool start right now. we have 57 degrees outside. we have cloudy skies, as well. welcome back. good morning, i'm joe krebs. >> i'm eun yang. the buds are already blooming, but the annual cherry blossom festival kicks off tomorrow. traffic patterns near the taichb have changed for -- tidal basin have changed for the festival. the national parks service says all four lanes of ohio drive along with the potomac river will
. rosy, thank you for your kind words. i have never seen rosie on the basketball court. i bet it would be a treat. rosie, you have been a dear friend of mine for a long time and a tireless advocate for the unbreakable bonds between israel and the united states and as you complete your term as president, i salute your leadership and your commitment. [ applause ] i want to thank the board of directors ash as always, i'm glad to see my long-time friends in the chicago delegation. i also want to thank the members of congress who are here with us today and will be speaking to you over the next few days. you have worked hard to maintain the partnership between the united states and israel. especially i want to thank my close friend and leader of the democratic national committee, debbie wasserman-schultz. [ applause ] >> i'm glad that my outstanding young ambassador is in the house. i understand that dan is perfecting his hebrew on his new assignment, and i appreciate his constant outreach to the israeli people. i'm also pleased we're joined by so many people, including ambassador michael or
that we are fighting again for reproductive rights in america? >> unbelievable. >> and rosie o'donnell injecting herself into the sandra fluke controversy. you knew it would happen. >> how did this happen? >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now! >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the decline of american power continues. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. a few months ago t points stated that the u.s.a. is declining in power mainly because of our weakened economic position which includes everything we do including military action. right now there are three very troubling challenges to american leadership. first, afghanistan. president karzai now demanding the u.s. and coalition forces pull back from the countryside and basically stay in designated bases. karzai is corrupt inseptember leader reminiscent of the south veems clowns who ruined their country inspite of 60,000 measures killed there trying to defend south vietnam. karzai has legit beefs. you have got to expect blow backs when
cushion? >> yeah, sure. >> come up, why rosie o'donnell is not laughing about her talk show. and t.j. is not laughing about my bad joke. >> and bethenny frankel puts some more skin into "the skinny." next. ♪ skinny ♪ so skinny >>> speaking of somebody that's a little too skinny and needs a cheeseburger is bethenny frankel, the reality star. so she -- >> and maker of the skinny girl cocktails. >> yes. she appeared on anderson cooper's show. and she was trying to explain to him that when she goes to dance parties she routinely does push-ups. and a little embarrassing thing happened when she tried to demonstrate. take a look. >> well, i'm going to be like -- >> do we have any music? >> but i'll be like -- oh! >> wow. >> yep. her bright pink underwear. hello. and they of course had to fuzzy it out. but she -- it was very quick. how's it look she asked him. no word on what his response is. >> another reality tv star overexposed, you might say. >> slightly. >> so did you know rosie o'donnell has had a talk show for the past six months? >> yeah. in chicago, where i moved from. >> okay
, oprah had to throw rosy o'donnell out on her very expansive ass because it wasn't rating. >> dana: do it right now. >> kimberly: sorry. sorry. >> eric: it's not small. >> kimberly: your file exceeded bob's. freddie i'll take, i look at oprah, if that is failure, i will take her failure any day. president obama should bail her out. because she provides more jobs than solyndra. i will say that hiring rosy o'donnell is a mistake. if you remember her early magazine she did. it's like hiring i don't know termites to manage your log cabin. she doesn't work well with others. >> dana: it teaches you to not hire your friends necessarily. or your friend's daughter. or son. you know, you don't want to hire them because you might have a problem later on. this is what i like about oprah. when she had her own program, the show was about her, it was wildly successful. what i like about her, she is a risk-taker. she tried to create jobs and took a risk. went to california, try to build it. some of it wasn't working. you know what happened? rosie gets fired. great. that's the way it's supposed to work
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miller and rosy gray are from buzz beat. they've been writing about newt gringrich and some of the fondest memories we have of newt which i love. welcome to the show. we appreciate you being on. >> thanks for having us. >> thanks for having us. >> great, talk to me about your fondest memories. i'm calling it. newt is done. he can claim he's not done but get real, if you can't win alabama and mississippi, it's over. >> i would say the lunar speech where he said i'm going to win florida. he gets up and gives a 25-minute street about createing a lunar colony on the moon in eight years. and that struck me as totally incredible not to mention illegal under international state law. >> come on, international law, please. >> seriously call an international lawyer. it's complete violation to claim territory on the moon. >> i'll have to give venus back. rosy your favorite. >> that's why we'll miss newt because all those gingrich ideas will not be in the spotlight. the lunar colony was a big thing. as zeke said it's illegal and crazy, but kind of compelling. >> actually, you know what,
known park above candle stick. here's my friend jake, standing by a wall. this was rosy play ground. they turned it into a park and it was also restored by wpa. i believe they torn down the house, which was unforgivable and the zoo is wpa. and here's the murals inside the mother's building. the marina sea walls and great aquatic park. the palace of fine arts. we wouldn't have and a little further in, lake merit, this pier. alva rado park and then, some of you my recognize this. the berkeley rose garden. did it have to be this beautiful. finally, i'm going to wrap up. san francisco is rich in the various kinds of arts projects. we have a fabulous collection of stuff here. there were four components. there was visual arts, federal theater, federal musics and federal writers. they employed many people. this is excellent to show the work. the visual arts project. it was especially important in san francisco because of dieggo rivera and radicalizing it. this is the coit towers. this was done under cw a. 1934. the wpa wasn't in existence. this is the very first of the relieve projects. ha
to rosie. >> coming up at 6:00 baltimore's basilica needs $5 million worth of repairs. >>> raising money to fight cancer is an admirable goa. how students are not only raising cash but celebrate the life of a friend who they lost to cancer. now a preview of what's ahead on world news at 6:30. >>> coming up on world knew, alan alda, how can he make us smarter? see why he's hour person of the week. [ other merv ] welcome back to the cleaning games. let's get a recap, merv. [ merv ] thanks, other merv. mr. clean magic eraser extra power was three times faster on permanent marker. elsewhere against dirt, it was a sweep, with scuffed sports equipment... had it coming. grungy phones... oh! super dirty! and grimy car rims... wow! that really works! ...all taking losses. it looks like mr. clean has won everything. the cleaning games are finished? and so are we. okay, but i just took a mortgage out on the cabinet. [ male announcer ] clean more, work less, with the mr. clean magic eraser extra power. >>> the dow jones industrial average rose 35 points to close at 13,080. the nasdaq closed at 3,068
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